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Zondervan The Case for Christ - Audiobook on CD

The goal: Determine if there's credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really is the son of God. Retracing his own spiritual journey, Strobel cross examines the experts with tough, point-blank questiosn: "How reliable is the New Testament?", "Does evidence exist for JEsus outside of the Bible?", "Is there any reason to believe resurrection was an actual historical event?" This adaption of Lee Strobel's remarkable book packs the energy of a captivating, fast paced novel. But it is not fiction. It is a riveting quest for the truth about history's most compelling figure. What will your verdict be in The Case for Christ? Determine if there really is credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really is the Son of God. Read by Dick Fredricks. Unabridged. 10 CDs. 10 hours.
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Review 1 for The Case for Christ - Audiobook on CD
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Date:July 31, 2010
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Loisann
If you stay away from apologetics because you feel they are hard to understand and boring try these.Writen and read in an interesting interiew style you feel like you are rright there in the room with them listening to their conversation. My only regreat is that there is no index so I can't easily find the parts I want to relisten to.
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Review 2 for The Case for Christ - Audiobook on CD
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Date:November 2, 2008
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Joseph McGurrin
Excellent! The author presents events in an engaging manner. Lee Strobel's book reads like a cross between John Grishom and A.W. Tozer. The book has bolstered my faith and the faith of my teen age sons!
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Review 3 for The Case for Christ - Audiobook on CD
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Date:June 2, 2008
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Jessica
My sister-in-law got the cd's for me at the moving of the Holy Spirit. I had a lot of questions and wanted evidence as a non-believer for Jesus and the whole of the Bible. Along with my sister-in-law's obedience, this book led me to the Lord. I am so thankful for the research and determination Lee Strobel had to pursue this. He didn't know where it would lead him, but God did. I believe this is a wonderful asset to any Christian wanting to see all that God has done to prove His existence, and an incredible tool to reach non-believers.
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Review 4 for The Case for Christ - Audiobook on CD
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Date:November 18, 2007
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Jennifer Ballinger
I really like this! It's so nice to just listen, even though I love reading! The narrator's voice is so relaxing and I love being able to learn about Jesus and His life here on earth, and the proof that He really did exist, and that He really was holy.
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Review 5 for The Case for Christ - Audiobook on CD
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Date:October 3, 2007
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Justin Milliken
One of the best materials to use with a non-believer or a believer who needs their faith strengthened. I am currently using the material to witness to an agonistic that had genuine questions. I highly recommend that every Christian and non-Christian read or listen to this book!
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Date:June 1, 2005
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Brian Mains
Very excellent apologetics book; examines all of the evidence for Jesus, and a lot of the counter claims. In addition, it discusses it with various experts on the topics, and to great detail. But the terminology is not over the top, where it is hard to follow.
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